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AQUA PARCS CONFIRMS GIANT JUMP IS PART OF ITS 2024 OBSTACLE COURSE

It’s the news that thrill-seekers wanted to hear – Aqua Parcs is bringing its giant ‘Mammoth’...


It’s the news that thrill-seekers wanted to hear – Aqua Parcs is bringing its giant ‘Mammoth’ obstacle back for the 2024 season, which starts on Saturday 4 May.


Introduced to the 450-metre-long inflatable water park last year, the ‘Mammoth’ stands at30ft tall and features a daring 20ft ‘cliff jump’ – making it ones of the biggest attractions inMilton Keynes.


Awarded MK’s Top Attraction 2023 at the MK Food & Leisure Awards, Aqua Parcs enters its7 th year at Willen Lake and will bring new features to the park for 2024. Split over threeunique sections: Union, Aqua Glide and Airspace, visitors get a different experience at eacharea – all included in the one-hour session.


Aqua Parcs has also taken over the Open Water Swimming operations at Willen Lake thatinvites people to join a community of swimmers that take to the lake on Saturday morningswith Sunday mornings and a weekday evening to be added in line with demand.


Kieron, Joint Owner of Aqua Parcs, said: “This is an exciting year for Aqua Parcs and wecan’t wait to get the course open for what we hope will be a good summer for us all.Thankfully, as an all-weather sport, visitors know it doesn’t have to be glorious sunshine tohave a good time at the park and we’re seeing people coming back again and again.“The Mammoth is back for its second season due to popular demand plus we have morenew features on the park too. The addition of open water swimming is our commitment tomaking Willen Lake a fun and safe place for people to enjoy, meet others and take up a newchallenge.”


This year, Aqua Parcs introduces its new tiered memberships: Silver (£50) gives access toall Off-Peak sessions and Gold (£75) gives unlimited access to Peak and Off-Peak sessions.


Individual entry is from £22. All sessions include wetsuit hire, a safety briefing, a buoyancyaid and 50 minutes on the park.


Families, kids from the age of 6 years old and adventurous thrill-seekers alike will all be ableto take part in the inflatable water fun on the lake in total safety, thanks to Aqua Parcs’stringent safety measures as recognised by The Royal Life Saving Society awarding AquaParcs a Gold accreditation. Numbers on the park are strictly limited. The park has been splitinto sections, and visitors will move between them at allocated times within their session.


Further details about booking and preparing for a visit can be found at www.aquaparcs.co.uk

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